Question
A parallel plate capacitor with a plate area A= 1 cm2, separated by distance d-5 cm is
connected to a 100V DC power supply.
What is the electric field magnitude and direction?
What is the voltage drop across distance D- 3 cm extending from the negative plate out a
distance of 3 cm between the plates?
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A parallel plate capacitor with a plate area A= 1 cm2, separated by distance d-5 cm is connected to a 100V DC power supply. What is the electric field magnitude and direction? What is the voltage drop across distance D- 3 cm extending from the negative plate out a distance of 3 cm between the plates?

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